Most of us have experienced a situation where, in a cross-cultural setting, we found the behavior of a foreign national hard to explain. We perceived this behavior to be odd, unusual, or perhaps improper… Read more >>
Robinson College ‘Global Competency Course’ Prepares Undergrads for Today’s Workplace
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A Tale of Kia, Korean Investment and the South’s Industrial Renaissance
The country is facing tough times, but defense and trade ties bind it to the U.S.
The book, Born Global Firms: A New International Enterprise, authored by Cavusgil and Knight is available in Japanese.
In honor of their 30th birthdays, Terrance Rogers (B.B.A. ’10) and Kyle Stapleton (B.B.A. ’09, MBA ’12) are giving back by raising $30,000 for first-generation student scholarships.
For Robinson College of Business alums Terrance Rogers and Kyle Stapleton, raising money for scholarships is their way of paying it forward.
Rogers and Stapleton were the beneficiaries… more »
November 2016: Trump Policies on Trade, Taxes and Financial Markets Through the Eyes of Robinson Profs
November 21, 2016
S. Tamer Cavusgil, director of the Center for International Business Education at Robinson, and the Fuller E. Callaway professorial chair, takes a relatively relaxed view of the prospects for upcoming trade legislation… More on Global Atlanta >>
The late governor of New York, Mario Cuomo, famously said, “You campaign in poetry. You govern in prose.”
Now that Donald J. Trump has been elected 45th president of the United States, how will some of his key campaign promises translate into law, affect policy and drive the economy? Robinson College of Business faculty… more »
Rutgers Business School creates a publication for sharing academic knowledge, research. New journal emphasizes practical relevance of business research and the contribution it can make to management practices. More on PR Newswire >>
–Global expansion can be hindered without proper translation services. —
Oct 7, 2016
Dr. Cavusgil talked about internationalization of Brazilian companies.